Question about 1999 Ford Taurus
I've got a 1999 ford tarus. I thought my back brakes where going out.I got them checked. they are like new.It's like a grinding sound that comes from the back tires.You only hear it when you press on the brakes.It don't do it when your driving(only when you press on the brakes)What can it be
Thanks You Tim
It could be bad rotors, rotors can be rusted on the inside which may be only seen when the inner brake pads are removed. sometimes aftermarket pads can be made of very hard material and they may grind when they make contact with rotors. I would check the condition of the rotors by completely dismantling the rear brake and either re-surface rotors or replace them and put on some oem(dealer pads or a good aftermarket organic pad. Good Luck
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